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Discussion in 'Your Living Room' started by Raider Nation, Mar 12, 2020.
I fiind this to be an excellent interview. A ton of accurate information. Personally, I spent 3 years chasing Menieres solutions to an MAV problem. I disregarded the possibility of no-headache migraines because my Menieres was confirmed by 3 doctors and my rapid loss of hearing in my affected ear consumed much of my energy. As the vertigo episodes ramped up, my focus became centered around stopping the debiltating attacks. I never really considered I could have two simultaneous issues. When my Doc started treating me for MAV, my vertigo went away, 100%. I also applied the headache diet and reduced my MAV med to the minimum dose which successfully removed 99.9% of my dizzyness. I have been vertigo free almost 8 mos now. Dizzy has been under control for almost 3 mos. A little fact about many MAV meds is that one of the side affects is dizzyness. Keep that in mind if you are prescribed Verapamil or Topiramate.
When your'e battling the beast, you need to be informed and think outside the box. This is a long interview, but well worth your time.
For those of us who have MAV along with Meniere’s. I go back to my doc next month and I will ask about this.
After years of suffering, Heights woman finds remedy for migraines
Interesting article. Will be interested to see if this might work for MAV.